Industrial 3D Printers

Built for Better Plastics

Fabricate with high-performance thermoplastics, including PEEK, PEKK, ULTEM, and more, on an open materials 3D printer designed for flexibility.

Print the Strongest Thermoplastics

Choose from the most advanced materials when printing your parts and achieve warp-free, accurate printing with our 120°C actively heated build chamber.

Polyetheretherketone (PEEK) is widely regarded as one of the strongest thermoplastics on the market, offering a range of desirable mechanical properties as well as resistances to temperature and chemicals.

ULTEM™ 9085 (also known as PEI, or polyetherimide) is a versatile thermoplastic used in 3D printing which offers excellent mechanical strength and temperature resistance.

PEKK (polyetherketoneketone) is a relative of PEEK in the PAEK family, and offers similar high-performance mechanical properties, as well as temperature and chemical resistances.

Polycarbonate (PC) offers exceptional strength for a 3D printed thermoplastic. This engineering-grade plastic offers strong flame resistance, impact strength, and heat resistance.

Nylon (PA – polyamides) covers a semi-crystalline family of polymers that have many applications in 3D printing. Nylon’s high strength-to-weight ratio and low friction coefficient make it ideal for a wide range of applications.

Build Bigger. Make More.

Print large parts in a massive 18” x 18” x 25” heated build chamber. Achieve extremely fine resolution with our CNC-quality motion components.

AON-M2 Industrial 3D Printer by AON3D

Slash Costs by 8-10x

Our open filaments system empowers you to use the filaments suited to your project while avoiding costly proprietary alternatives.

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